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How to perform port forwarding on a router

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I am trying to get a program named EyeSpy to work on my workstation. The first roadblock is the necessity to do Port Forwarding. 8080 is the address involved. My router is a Linksys WRT1900AC. I do know how to get into the router but that is the extent of my knowledge. Attached is a photo showing what I must do. Can any Expert guide me through getting this done on my router?
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Step by step manual - portforward for Linksys WRT1900AC.
Just change ports according to your needs.
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